Saturday, 6 April 2013

R - is for Ripped, Scrapbook page

Hello folks :o)  Apologies for being such a bad blogger.  I have been busy busy as always.  Looking forward to the Summer when my exams are over, but for now I must keep on studying and get on with revision too.
Here's a page that I fussed and fretted over while I was making it and now it's done, I love it..!  It's created for the '"challenging" challenge on Scrapology called R- is for Ripped. (and I don't think they're referring to any 6 packs)
We're scraplifting a page by the wonderful Morag Cutts... so if you can bear to rip your paper up, please join in with us.  There's always a great prize up for grabs and this month is no exception.
I got stuck in to my Teresa Collins Fabrications Canvas kit for this page, using the papers, sentiments (tucked in to the little envelope I made using the orange patterned paper)  and die cuts.
I die cut the butterflies, which I stencilled over with black ink and added glitter and gems to before adhering to the page.  The leafy swirls are die cut from white card which I coloured to match using alcohol markers.  I finished the page off by handwriting the title/journalling.
I hope you can join in with this fun challenge.  The design team did an amazing job with this one, so if you need a little inspiration head over here.
Ciao for now!
Sandra xx


Dips said...

Lovely layout, Sandra, I've got that bargain too, so you've provided great inspiration.

Karen said...

Super layout Sandra. Lovely colours.

Anita said...

This is a stunner of a page Sandra! A wonderful photo and the colours you used are totally lush! Can you let me know please what that beautiful die is as I **need** to have one! xxx See you soon my Lovely xxx

KraftyKoolKat said...

This is lovely Sandra. Great layout and awesome colours.

It wouldn't let me comment on your card through bloglovin so I have done it through my blog. Hope I don't lose you if blogger closes things in July.


debby4000 said...

Love your gorgeous layout, fab photo.

lisa said...

Hi Sandra
Your page is just gorgeous. I have been tempted by that Theresa Collins kit for ages but seeing how you've used it, it looks amazing.
I love ripping paper on my LO's, it's my new favourite thing, it just changes the look completely doesn't it, but like you, I faff with it for ages!!
Good Luck with your revision.
Hugs Lisax